Bournemouth 2.021/1 v Burnley 4.1; The Draw 3.814/5
It will be fascinating to see how Burnley follow up their first away win of the season when they travel to the Vitality Stadium on Saturday afternoon in what is effectively a dead rubber of a game.
Bournemouth are safe, and really can play in 'beach' mode here, and while Burnley still need a point to be mathematically safe (or failures to win for both Hull and Swansea) they will be playing Premier League football next season because of their much better goal difference than the Tigers.
For those interested, the only way Sean Dyche's men can be relegated is if they lose their final two games, Hull win their final two, and there's a 19 goal swing. And that's not to mention a series of other results going against the Clarets. Put simply, they're a billion to one to go down.
But there's something inside me that's saying there's no way whatsoever that Dyche will let his players relax believing safety is in the bag. The Burnley boss will be desperate to get at least the point he needs at Bournemouth.
And following the Clarets' excellent away win at in-form Crystal Palace last time I believe at the prices we have to back Dyche's men here.
Burnley have rarely disgraced themselves on the road in recent months and I always felt they'd get an away win, and hopefully they can follow it up by immediately bagging another. There's very little between these two teams, two points in fact in the table, and although Eddie Howe's men have home advantage I just can't split the pair.
So if it comes down to determination and desire I just feel that Dyche's men, still with the mentality that they need at least a point to survive, at 4.1 to back are worth siding with.
Back Burnley to Win @ 4.1
Middlesbrugh 4.03/1 v Southampton 2.0421/20; The Draw 3.65
Middlesbrough's inevitable relegation was confirmed when - typical of their season - they failed to register a shot on target of note in a 3-0 defeat at Chelsea on Monday night.
There's no disgrace in losing to the champions elect of course, but starting a game that you had to win with the same formation that just doesn't score goals, well it was asking for trouble. I said as far back as January that no club in the Premier League era had survived relegation having registered the fewest number of wins and scored the least amount of goals.
At the time Boro had won just four games and scored 19 goals, something had to significantly improve for them to survive. Nothing changed at all, apart from the manager, who simply bluffed his way through pre-match interviews by saying he 'will go for it', and then started with the same defensive, lone-striker formation that Aitor Karanka was sacked for.
And then after games, such as embarrassing defeats at Hull and Bournemouth where Middlesbrough conceded four goals each time, Steve Agnew reiterated his deluded belief that his team would fight all the way and were still in high spirits.
You can probably tell I'm a Middlesbrough fan myself. It's not the relegation that hurts, it's the manner in which it happened, that so many fans - and even neutrals - could see months and months ago how dull and ineffective the adopted formation was. And no attempt was made to change it.
Agnew has promised to end the season on a high note by collecting some points, and that his players are still in good spirits. Basically the same old rubbish being spouted out. If Agnew's players are in good spirits after being relegated then perhaps there's another problem.
However, we did see Sunderland produce a very good performance last week at Hull after having their relegation confirmed, but I think that was more down to the Tigers buckling under the pressure rather than anything else.
I wouldn't be totally surprised if Boro won this game as Southampton have gone completely off the boil and have failed to score a single goal in any of their last three matches. It has resulted in Claude Puel coming under a bit of pressure, and I think the Saints boss will set his side up not to lose at the Riverside on Saturday.
It could turn out to be a game that sums up Middlesbrough's season in a nutshell; failure to beat a team there for the taking by not creating enough chances to win. Somehow Under 2.5 Goals is available to back at 1.910/11, so that has to be the call.
Back Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.910/11 (best bet)
Sunderland 4.47/2 v Swansea 1.9310/11; The Draw 3.9
There are only three non-televised Premier League games on Saturday afternoon, so given I usually choose three matches to have a wager in, my hand has been forced this weekend.
And while I believe Burnley are well worth a punt at 4.1, and a low-scoring affair at the Riverside is very likely, I have very little confidence in recommending a wager when Sunderland host Swansea.
The Swans' need is much bigger of course, and they are facing the worst team in the division on the back of a terrific win over Everton last weekend, but it's hard to have huge confidence in a team trading at 1.9310/11 that hasn't won on the road in four months.
Paul Clement's men have lost at Hull, Bournemouth, Watford, and West Ham in that time, and while all those clubs are higher in the table than Sunderland the fact is they were all in the bottom half (at the time of playing) and Swansea losing them all doesn't exactly fill you with confidence.
Of course, Swansea did beat Liverpool away from home in January, and they performed well at Chelsea and Manchester City, as well as earning a 1-1 draw at Manchester United in their last away game. So they have more than enough ability to go to Sunderland and win.
But do you want to back them at odds-on? That's the question you have to ask yourself. They are by far the most likely team to win this encounter of course, as the odds suggest, but my personal preferences is to back them to win in a low-scoring encounter.
Sunderland hadn't scored in nine of their previous 10 outings prior to last week's win at Hull, and I fancy that if Swansea get their noses in front then David Moyes' men will struggle to get back into the game. I'm going to take a punt on a few Correct Scores, but I apologise in advance for the lack of confidence, this is a tough match to call.
Dutch Swansea to Win 0-1 & 0-2 @ 4.84/1
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